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SWAN POND CEMETERY VANDAL HEADING TO PRISON

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A man convicted of the 2015 vandalism of the cemetery at Swan Pond Baptist Church in Roane County is heading to prison. Judge Jeff Wicks ordered 45-year-old Kevin Limburg to serve the rest of his 10-year sentence behind bars. Limburg was originally given community corrections but violated the terms after his arrest in Knox County two months ago. Limburg was ordered to pay nearly $8,000 in restitution for the damages he caused at the cemetery. Court documents show just under $500 has been paid.

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